Drp hires new creative director

Drp has appointed Mark Nicholls as creative director, who brings more than 20 years of creative experience to the role.

Mark Nicholls, new creative director at drp
Mark Nicholls, new creative director at drp

Nicholls has expertise as a creative director for a number of agencies including BrandFuel, George P. Johnson and MCM, with experience in developing, organising and executing live experiences for the likes of Android, Google, HSBC, IBM, John Lewis, Orange, Rolls-Royce, Twitter and UEFA.


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Nicholls will join the strategic and creative communications division, providing solutions to help bring to life internal engagement campaigns across branding, live events, exhibitions, video, digital, print and marketing for drp clients.

Commenting on his new role at drp, Nicholls said: "It is a terrific opportunity to become a part of such an innovative and creative agency such as drp. I am absolutely thrilled to be joining a company that has such an impressive offering of services all under one roof. I’m eager to develop live experiences for our roster of clients, it’s going to be an exciting year ahead."

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